A rare tale from the Cairo Genizah.
Rupture and reconstruction.
Destruction vs. redemption—and the remarkable survival of European Jewry.
Encrusted in shells but well preserved.
Hundreds of metal items, mostly horseshoe nails.
The truth about an economic niche.
Rashi’s reticence and eloquence.
Reenacting the first stirrings of our love of God.
The dangers of ignoring a medieval tradition.
While others saw him as a skeptic.
With some help from the great rabbis of England.
Ibn Kammuna’s Abrahamic philosophical piety.
A building in a former Jewish neighborhood is definitely not a church.